Compared to gold, platinum or even brass, silver is a fairly soft metal, more likely to take blows or deform. For this reason we recommend a few precautions :
- For rings or rigid bracelets: do not spread or tighten your jewelry too often to pass it. If necessary, carefully spread or tighten your jewelry with both hands before passing it in order to preserve as much as possible its initial shape. If the metal is twisted too often, it will eventually deform and may even break.
- It is recommended to leaving her jewels to sleep, to cookshower, and especially for DIY ! This will keep them in good condition.
- Every once in a while, scrub them with a toothbrush and toothpaste....to cleanse and revive them.
We give our jewellery a patina, by oxidizing them and playing on polished / frosted aspects. This patina gives the jewellery an antique look and enhances the details and engravings, and will stand the test of time.
Silver has the property of blackening under certain conditions... in contact with certain products (e.g. bleach, sulphur...), in certain contexts (seaside, perspiration...) or sometimes simply in contact with certain skins.
You can also use specialized products (type miror). In some extreme cases, if your jewellery has darkened a lot and you are unable to revive it yourself, we will always be able to do so.